Our business attorneys are experienced in representing businesses in unfair competition and business torts lawsuits. These unfair competition lawsuits often relate to intellectual property, antitrust, copyright, trade secrets, fiduciary duties, trademark, and false advertising law.
Unfair competition is a loosely defined term that encompasses well-known fields of trademark and trade secret law, but also relates to miscellaneous doctrines with which lawyers and judges often have much less familiarity. These unfair competition doctrines are often the critical factor in prevailing in a business lawsuit.
Unfair competition doctrines include
To Minnesota attorneys without experience in unfair competition and business torts litigation, these areas can become muddled with more popular doctrines such as trademark law, antitrust law, consumer protection law, and other related legal areas.